St George's Church, Tufnell Park
The Grade II listed church has been returned to its original use as a place of worship. The original building has been completely refurbished, a new balcony inserted into the nave, and a new extension for community and ancillary uses has been added.
CLIENT: THE HOUSE ON THE ROCK CHURCH, ARCHITECT: PAUL DAVIS & PARTNERS, VALUE: £2.3M, COMPLETION: 2010
Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art
A new gallery to display Kew's collection of botanical art. The works are principally on paper and display spaces are designed for stringent lighting and humidity conditions.
CLIENT: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW, ARCHITECT: WALTERS AND COHEN, VALUE: £2.6M, COMPLETION: 2008
Battle Abbey Visitor Centre, East Sussex
A new two storey visitor centre for Battle Abbey and Battlefield. The new centre houses an auditorium and exhibition space with interactive displays.
CLIENT: ENGLISH HERITAGE, ARCHITECT: DANNATT, JOHNSON ARCHITECTS, VALUE: £2.6M, COMPLETION: 2007
Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford
A new museum to conserve and house historic aircraft together with a visitor attraction with themed exhibitions.
CLIENT: ROYAL AIR FORCE MUSEUM, ARCHITECT: FEILDEN CLEGG BRADLEY STUDIOS, VALUE: £12.4M, COMPLETION: 2006
The Wolfson Wing, Jodrell Laboratory
An extension to the Jodrell Laboratory to create a new three sided courtyard space. The extension is arranged as two storeys over a single basement and linked to the existing facility by an atrium.
CLIENT: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW, ARCHITECT: WILKINSON EYRE ACHITECTS, VALUE: £6M, COMPLETION: 2006
Visitor Centre, Wakehurst Place
Following the completion of the Millennium Seed Bank, we were appointed as engineers for a new Visitor Centre at Wakehurst Place. The Visitor Centre is located in a small glade with the building aligned to face the Seed Bank.
CLIENT: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW, ARCHITECT: WALTERS AND COHEN, VALUE: £1.8M, COMPLETION: 2004
Gressenhall Rural Life Museum, Norfolk
A unique museum showing 400 years of life on the land. The museum consists of a number of buildings set in 50 acres of countryside. View: museums.norfolk.gov.uk
CLIENT: NORFOLK MUSEUMS SERVICE, ARCHITECT: NPS ARCHITECTURAL SERVICE, VALUE: £2.5M, COMPLETION: 2001
Millennium Seed Bank
One of 14 landmark projects nominated by the Millennium commission. The design had to deal with complex geotechnical and hydrological features on the site. The project included research laboratories as well as teaching and academic accommodation.
CLIENT: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW, ARCHITECT: STANTON WILLIAMS, VALUE: £18M, COMPLETION: 2000
Barton Freshwater Ecology Centre
A new centre providing classrooms and laboratories available to educational groups for the study of local freshwater ecology. Winner of Green Building Award.
CLIENT: NORWICH CITY COUNCIL, COMPLETION: 1999
Museum No 1, Kew Gardens.
Refurbishment of Grade II listed Victorian museum building to create museum and education space for school parties.
CLIENT: ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS KEW, ARCHITECT: DANNATT, JOHNSON ARCHITECTS, VALUE: £1.3M, COMPLETION: 1998
Visitors' Centre, Belmarsh Prison
A new visitors' centre to provide an estimated 250 visitors a day with a comfortable fully equipped waiting area.
CLIENT: THE TUDOR TRUST, ARCHITECT: PENOYRE & PRASAD, VALUE: £0.6M, COMPLETION: 1998
Corn Exchange Concert Hall
The conversion of the existing Grade II listed Corn Exchange to a concert hall with the flexibility to accommodate a variety of other functions.
CLIENT: BOROUGH COUNCIL OF KING'S LYNN & WEST NORFOLK, ARCHITECT: LEVITT BERNSTEIN, VALUE: £3.5M, COMPLETION: 1996
Croydon Town Hall & Library Complex
A new library and arts complex and the adaptation and refurbishment of parts of the old Victorian Town Hall. A glazed court links the new building to the old. The complex is designed to cater for over a million visitors a year.
CLIENT: LONDON BOROUGH OF CROYDON, ARCHITECT: TIBBALDS TM2, VALUE: £30M, COMPLETION: 1994
State Mosque, Kuwait
The State Mosque was built to the winning design of a limited architectural competition and, although constructed in reinforced concrete, is of traditional design.
CLIENT: MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS, ARCHITECT: MAKIYA ASSOCIATES, VALUE: £35M, COMPLETION: 1991
Doha Zoological Gardens, Qatar
The phased development and construction of a zoo complex for animals and birds suited to the desert environment.
CLIENT: MUNICIPALITY OF DOHA, ARCHITECT: JOHN S BONNINGTON PARTNERSHIP, VALUE: £25M, COMPLETION: 1986